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BY JULIAN A. SELBY. COLUMBIA. S. C., FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 7. 1867. VOLUME III-NO. 67.
PUBLISHED DAILY AND TBI-WEEKLT.
EYEBTf WEDNESDAY MOBNINO.
3Y JULIAN A. SELBY,
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Taylor (or Camden) street.
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tar A liberal discount made on the above
mies wlien advertisements are inserted by
the month or year.
W. C. Mooro. Abbeville.
J. R. Allon, Chester.
Julius Poppe, Anderson C. II.
S. P. Kiuard, Nowberry C. H.
W. T. Sims, Union.
J. M. Allou, Greonville. _
Forty or fifty journals having seen
fit to soy that wo have assumed or
asserted that there was no funda?
mental difference between tho lato
Southern rebellion and the American
Revolution, we ore moved to remind
them that wo consider the two os
wide asunder as tho poles-the one a
struggle for liberty, tho other an
effort to diffuse and perpetu?te slave?
ry. If this is not a difference, wo
know not what could be. But they
were alike in this, that each of them
was a formidable insurrection, under
local authority, against what had
previously been tho paramount or
national authority; and they were
alike in coming within the purview
of the dootrioe laid down by Mr.
Webster in hie earlier Bunker Hill
Oration, os follows:
"The battle of Bunker Hill was
attended with the most important
effects beyond its immediate result as
a military engagement. It created
at once a state of open, public war.
There could now be no longer a ques?
tion of proceeding against indivi?
duals, as guilty of treason or rebel?
lion. That fearful crisis was past.
The appeal now loy to tho sword ; and
tho only question was, whether tho
spirit and the resources of the peo?
ple would hold out till the object
should be accomplished."
Why is it that most of those who
seek to differ with us on this matter
are as shy of this passage as the Evil
One of, holy water, or a mod dog of
water of any kind?
One valiant soul does venture to
say that the Federal Constitution
defines . treason otherwise than as
above. But do you fancy Mr. Web?
ster ignoraut of that definition? Yet
do you observe how broadly he takes
his' ground, os if it were universal
Now let us look ot tho constitu?
"Treason against the United States
sholl consist only in levying war
against thom, or in adhering to their
enemies, giving them aid and com?
Hero is a plain effort to so define
treason as to preclude all constructive
or artificial treasons-to confine it
within nnrrower limits than those
prescribed by tho common law. Evi?
dently, no ono dreamed of impli?
cating a largo class who were not
traitors by British low.
Who, then, are traitors by the
terms of the Federal Constitution?
Not all who levy war against our
country; for tho British ead the
Mexicans have dono that, yet were in
no sense traitors. Nor yet all who
live in this country, yet levy war upon
us; for Indians often do that, yet are
not held guilty of treason. Nor yet
al] that owe allegiance to our Govern?
ment; for when the British, in 1813,
undertook to treat as traitors the
Irishmen fighting against them, Geu.
Scott resisted, with the full approval
of our Government and people, and
would havo hung every British officer
then in our hands, if the British hod
shot or hung our Irish soldiers as
Doubtless, our Government might,
in the infancy of tho rebellion, havo
seized and tried tho leading seces?
sionists as traitors. But when the
progress of events lind created what
Mr. ^Webster torms "open, public
war," and we had recognized the fact
by exchanging prisoners, and oven
privateersmen, the case was bravely
altered. "Thero could now bo no
longer a question of proceeding
against individuals os guilty of trea?
son or rebellion." So says Mr. Web?
ster; ond we do not believe on Ame?
rican jury could bo fairly selected in
any Stato to reverse his judgment.
[Neio York Tribune.
Five-sixths of all tho apples in the
low-lands of Indiana havo been killed
by the frost.
SPEECH OF GOV. ORR.-At the ear- i
nest solicitation of many friends, his
Excellency Gov. James J_. Orr con?
sented to addresp tho people of the
District, on last Monday, in the
Gonrt House, upon the political con?
dition of the country.
After roviowiug tho vari' us plaus
presented since tho war for tho recon?
struction of tho Government, he ear?
nestly insisted upon tho acceptance,
by tho people of South Carolina, of
thc pinn of reconstruction now pro?
posed, ns tho only means of prevent?
ing tho administration of tho affairs
of this country from passing into tho
hands exclusively Of tho ignorant,
and consequently thc barbarian and
tho tyrant, and os tho only hope of
making this country cventolerable.
He showed, from tho census of 18G0,
tho great preponderance of colored
over white voters in tho State, and
our utter inability to defeat a conven?
tion, or to protect ourselves when?
ever wc tnako an issue directly with
the colored people. According to tho
census of 18G0, it appears that there
aro GO,OOO colored voters in tho State,
while thero aro only 40,000 whito
ve'ers; leaving a majority of 20,000
colored voters. It is true, perhaps,
that there aro not as many colored
men in South Carolina now as in
18G0, but it is almost suro that the
proportionate decrease has been much
.greater with tho white than with thc
colored men in thc State, since tho
commencement of the late. war. Gov.
Orr insisted upon tho cultivation of
the most cordial and kind relations
between the two races iu tho South,
and tho formation of no alliance with
tho two great pol.'tical parties of the
DlFFEUENCES IN TUE SHAPE OF
FEET.-Tho New York Hide and Lea
tlter Journal notices a few of tho dif?
ferences in tho shape of tho pedal
extremities of people in various sec?
tions of the couutry:
"Shoes made for one locality are
not adapted for all. For instance, a
broad shoe, wido in tho shank, is
best adapted to thc Eastern trade, a
narrow sole meeting with but little
favor. Rhode Islaud, though tho
smallest Stato iu tho Union, cnn
boast of having some of the biggest
feet that ever trod solo leather. Tho
Middle States require slimmer shoes
and higher iu tho instep than the
East. Tho instep grows higher as
we progress Southward, commencing
with Virginia, and tho foot shorter
and more plump. Karoly, at tho
North, does a full-grown man wear
less than a No. G, running up in tho
scale of sizes to No. ll; but, at tho
South, many a full-sized man wears
fours and fives, and seldom over
Thc ladies of the South have con?
fessedly alwaj's had tho smallest and
prettiest feet of any race iu the world.
?K0REA8B AND MuiiTTPLY. -The New
York Times says:
It is pleasant to find one branch of
Southern industry which has not
been ruined by tho war. Tho fishe?
ries on the James River, according to
the Richmond papers, are yielding an
unusual harvest. Tho fish havo been
less vexed and thinned out during
tho last few years thau usual, and
havo had time to increase und multi?
ply. Herring and shad aro im?
mensely abundant, and aro said to be
flooding tho markets at remarkably
low prices. They constitute the ouly
portion of tho Southern inhabitants
who havo led anything like quiet ami
peaceable lives for the last fivo or six
years. Peace has prospered them, as
it does overy community.
REGISTRATION TN LOUISIANA.-In
consequence of tho stringent rules
enforced in Louisiana, aud thc ne?
glect of the whites to register, thc
New Orleans papers say tho propor?
tion of registered colored voters to
whito voters is so largo as to becomo
alarming. Outside tue city, thc pro?
portion is still greater. At tho latest
accounts, tho voters registered at
Batou Rouge woro thirty-six whites
and three hundred and fifty colored.
At Ascension, fiftj*-ouo whites and
seven hundred and ninety-six colored.
Part of tho disproportion is account?
ed for by tho fact that every qualified
negro registered, while a largo pro?
portion of thoso whites not disfran
chased by law refusod to register1.
STRAWS IN VIRGINIA.-Tho row
hitherto reported as occurring bo
twecn negroes and tho United Statos
burial corps at Danville assumes a
different aspect when wo learn that
tho burial corps was formed of ne?
groes also. It was Unelo Sam's nig?
gers against Virginia niggers. Unelo
Sam's niggors put on airs, as they do
to a groat extent in many places in
the South, and tho Danville darkies
whipped them out of town. Virginia
niggers, therofore, have sympathies
that are to some extent local.
[jVeuj York Herald.
PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS are
rapidly gaining in publi? esteem. They
aro decidedly tho most excellent Vegetable
Tonic yet discovered for the euro of gene?
ral debility and disorders of tho stomach
or liver. Tboso who have used them pro
nounco them to bo all that is claimed for
them. For sale by all druggists.
April 12 fly Du. C. H. MIOT, Agent.
Dtttchcr'* I .lg li I ning Fly-Killer will
certainly exterminate these pests, if its use
is persevered in. Tieware of bogus Fly?
paper, which somo dealers heep because
they can get it, for nearly nothing. Don't
bo swindled. Ask for DITCHER'S, which
is sold by all live Druggists.
TO KARRY Oil NOT TO MARRY!
WHY NOT? Serious Reflections for
Young Men, in Essays of tho Howard As?
sociation, on tho Physiological Errors,
Abuses and Diseases induced by ignorance
of nature's laws, in tho first ago of man.
Sent in sealed letter envelopes, free of
charge. Address Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUGH?
TON, Howard Association, Philadelphia,
Pa. May 10 3mo
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dyes. Invigorates thc hair, leaving it soft
and beautiful. The genuine is signed WU
!inn> A. Uatchelor. All others are mero
imitations, and should bv avoided. Sold
by all druggists and perfumers. Factory
81 Harelay street, New York. sir Beware
of a counterfeit. Dec ll ly
CONVINCING.-FULTON, Oswr.oo CO.
July, 18GG.-Messrs. ITostetler <t Smith
GENTLEMEN: I have been severely afflicted
with paralysis of the stomach, and oven
given up by several eminent physicians. I
have tried several remedies of a tonic and
stimulating nature, but without any good
result. Some three or four months ago, I
was induced to try your STOMACH BIT?
TERS, aud have Uicd about seven or eight
bottles with a decided benefit. My health
is greatly improved, and I consider your
Bitters tho only efficacious remedy of their
kind in tho market. If used as directed,
they will always prove a sovereign remedy
to those afllicted with dyspepsia or other
diseases of a liko nature. Respectfully
yours, LYMAN MUDGE. *
HASTINGS, DAKOTA CO., Minn., August,
1SGC-Messrs. Hostetter A Smith, Pitts?
burg, Pa.-GENTLEMEN: Have sold your
Bitters ever since they were brought out,
and consider them thc Lest among the
many before tho public. Those brought
out since thc tax has been imposed on spi?
rits aro trash. I never recommend them.
Respectfully and trulv vonrs,
R. J. MARVIN.
COLON, ST. JOSEPH CO., Mich., July 31,
18G6.-Messrs. Hostetter ?fc Smith-GENTLE?
MEN! I consider your Bitters a sovereign
balm for a thousand ails. Yo ru j truly,
Jane? +? D. C. REYNOLDS, M. D.
Threshing and Grinning.
IAM prepared to make engagements to
anv extent for THRESHING WHEAT
and O'ATS. Also, for GINNING COTTON.
Partios within twenty miles of Columbia
wishing me to servo them will please notify
me at once. Terms moderate.
W. B. LOWRANCE,
April 21_Colombia, S. C^
SUGAR-CURED HAMS !
PURE LEAF LARD.
BACON STRIPS and SIDES. Terms
cash. JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
A LITERARY JOURNAL.-The Gleaner
is a large eight pago quarto journal,
and from the first lino on the first
column of the first page to the last
line on the forty-eighth column, it
abounds with select matter; em?
bracing, besides tho news of the
week, choice tales, sketches and
poetry, which make it, as its name
indicates, a tmo "homo companion,"
which no family in tho State should
Hams and Bacon.
EXTRA SUGAR-CURED HAMS.
Sugar-cured Breakfast Strips.
Sidos, Shoulders, Ac, at lowest market
prices. For salo by
April ll GEO. SYMMERS.
TWO Hplondid 7-cctavo ROSEWOOD
PIANOS for sale.
Pianos. Molodeons and Organs tuned
and repaired. AU orders from tho city and
country left at my residence-Camden
street, near the Charlotte Depot-will meet
with prompt attention.
May 15 Imo JOSEPH DENCE".
U. S. Government Claim Office.
SOLDIERS, SAILORS ami all other per?
sons having claims against the Govern?
ment, take notico that 1 collect additional
bounty, increased pensione, hack pay and
old bounty due soldiers or their heirs; pay
for horses and equipments owned by sol?
diers, lost in service, and forty cents per
diem for USC of samo while in service, and
commutation of rations due soldiers while
prisoners Ol war. Wo obtain Land War
ra?ts tor soldiers or officers who served
fourteen days or more in Mexican, Florida
or any Indian war, tho Aroostook and war
of 1812, or wore engaged in ono hattie in
any of said wars. Prize money, bapr mo?
ney, naval bounty and pensions collected
Colored soldiers, seamen and their heirs
are entitled to additional bounty, to pen?
sions, prizo money and naval bounty, as
the samo paid to white persons.
Collect officers' three months'pay proper j
and arrears of pay, settle their accouuts I
with the Government, together with claims
for additional pay for servants, now due
all officers since 1864. Also, collect claims
for property taken for thc use of tho army,
whet her vouchers aro given or not. Call
or ad tress, enclosing stamp,
United States Claim Agent,
Post C.-o Lox 49G. Charleston, S. C.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THIS well-known FIRST-CLASS
finn} H")TEL has been thoroughly repair
ed, refitted and refurnished, and is
now ready for the accommodation of tho
traveling* public, whose patronage is re?
Tho proprietor promises to do all in his
power for the comfort of his guests.
_ Mardi 21 JOSEPH PURCELL, Prop'r.
Livery and Sale Stables,
4^b_*-. Charleston, S. C. DIE-,
J?TO|GKN & BAKER, Pro-"
. 1 ?1 prietors. Saddle Horses, Car?
riages, Phonous and Buggies to hire, at all
hours. Mules and Horses for sale.
C H ARL E STO JV, ?. C.
CIOACHESalways in readiness to convey
/ passengers to and from tho Hotel.
Feb 26 WHITE & MIXER, Proprietors.
JUST RECEIVED, and for sale, the fol?
lowing choice articles:
OLD CARI NET WHISKEY,
" Holland Gili,
" Jamaica Rum,
" Tort Wine,
*. Sherrv "
Claret " "
And all kinds r.f
ALE and CIGARS,
Alwavs on hand.
LUNCH EVERY DAY, from ll to 1
o'clock._ May 2
LOVERS of THE GOOD THINGS OF
THIS LIFE can have their wants sup?
plied at tho above-named RESTAURANT.
Everything connected with the house is in
best order. MEALS served at short notice.
Tri-, ale dinner and supper rooms attached.
OYSTERS, FISH. GAME and MEATS
prepared in every style.
The bert of WINES. LIQUORS, ALE,
choice SEGARS and TOBACCO on hand.
tt__ FREE LUNCH every day r.t ll
o'clock. T. M. POLLOCK, Proprietor..
F? u S
Jon PnrxTiso.-The Job Oflice of
the Pltoanix is ns complete us any iu
thc South. It is furnished with new
fonts of type of all descriptions and
of the most meiern styl?e. All work
executed promptly, with taste and
skill, and at reasonable rates.
MnnMiau EWING resumed the
? . ; :..-:;i< --. i am JMV
^^^^^^^^,'nred execute all kinds
of work in the above line at thc shortest
notice and most reasonable prices.
A variety ot COFFINS constantly on
hand. Fnucrals promptly attended.
Aug DO M. n, BERRY.
At Brennan & Carroll's Carriage Factory.
JOHN K, HEISE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL!
CANDIES manufactured daily, at as low
as can be laid down hero from the
North. ?9* Corner of Plain and Marion
streetf>. _Feb 3
No. I Mackerel,
AT wholesalo aud retail. Fresh and fat.
May 17 J. 0. SEEGERS ?fe CO.
LONDON LAYER RAISINS.
AVERY choice article, at wholesalo and
retail. JOHN C. SEEGERS ft CO.
AFULL assortment of best Anchor
Brand BOLTING CLOTHS, on hand
and for sale low by
May 22 J. & T. R. AGNEW.
ONE THOUSAND gallons dioico CUBA
200 gallons New Orleans SYRUr. For
Bale low. K. ? G. D. HORE.
Lime, Cement and Plaster.
JUST received, a fresh supply of he st
STONE Ll ME, ROSENDALE CEMENT
and CALCINED PLASTER, In stove and
for sale cheap for cash bv
April j _ - JOHN C. DIAL.
Gibson's Patent Cultivator Plows.
JUST received, a sup?
ply of these SUPERIOR
vantage from using which
is FIFTY PER CENT, in
horses and hands. For salo by tho agents,
Maroh3_J. A T. H*. AGNEW.
At the Sign of the Golden Pad-Lock.
A LARGE supply of superior GRAIN
x\_ CRADLES, made expressly to order.
io doz. SCYTHE BLADES. In store
and for salo wbolesalo or retail, at low
prices for cash, bv JOHN C. DIAL.
" HAVANA SEGARS.
ASMALL invoico of genuine HAVANA
SEGARS, for salo by
March 20_ _E. & G. E^HOPE^
Agricultural and Horticultural Im?
At thc Sign of the Golden Pad-Lock.
ALARGE SUPPLY of the above, con?
sisting inpartof PLOWS, HARROWS,
FAN MILLS, GRAIN CRADLES, Scythes,
Straw Cutters, Corn Shellers.
Triming Saws and Knives, Ladies' Gar?
den Tools, in setts and pairs; Transplant?
ing Trowels and Forks, Spades, Spading
Forks, Rakes. Hoes, Lines, Ac. In store
and for *a!o LOW for CASU bv
_April 5 _ jTOH^ C- DIAL. _
REMEDY FOE DCE; TIMES.-The
best remedy for dull times is to ad?
vertise freely. Merchants should not
let their stocks stay shelved until
they become old, stale and unprofit?
able, for tho sake of the small ex?
pense it would cost them to adver?
tise. If they try it regularly and
persistently, they will find tho in?
vestment to be a paying one.
THE TRIUMPH OF ART!
MORE TESTIMONY IN FAVOR OF
Heinitsh's Queen's Delight.
EXTRACTS FROM LETTERS: "The
Queen's Delight is beginning to
awaken the attention of our physicians.
Its remarkable curative power is seen m
its wonderful effect upon disease^ A- p.
blood pulidor, there is no medicine like it
known to tin- profession. A gentleman
told me that his son has been taking thc
Queen s Delight, and is moro benefited hy
it than by any other medicine. lie wants
a dozen bottles."'
Extract from a letter: "It is duo to you
to state in this public manner, in order
that the poonta may know tho truth, that
I have tried your Queen's Delight, and
found it not only what yon said it was-"a
tune medicine"-but tho best medicine I
have ever taken tor eruptions and g?nerai
bad health. I had an eruption all over my
hedy, with impaired dige.-tion and disor?
dered liver, and have tried a great many
medicines without any benefit. I have
taken ono bottle of your Queen's Delight,
the emption has disappeared, my appetite
is better, my liver and digestion :s im?
proved. I am satisfied one or two more
bottles will cure me."
Extract from a letter: "At the close of
the war, my constitution was shattered. 1
could nut eat, bleep or perform any duty
whatever, such wi>.s my prostrate "condi?
tion. Medicine and medical aid I had in
abundance, snell was my condition up to a
tew months since, when I began thc use of
your Queen's Delight. I have used two
bottles, my constitution is greatly im?
proved, my appetite in good, enjoy refresh'
lng sleep, and am able to perform my share
ol daily labor."
Extract from a letter-Wonderful effect
ol' only one bottle: "I have used ouly a
liait bottle of 'Queen's Delight' for boils
and eruptions of the skin and itching hu?
mors ol' tho blood, which annoyed me very
much. I am entirely cured. 1 think your
medicine a valuable one."
A remarkable case of liver complaint and
headache cured Ly tho i:?e <,t "Heinitsh's
Queen's Delight.'' A lady of unquestioned
worth and reputation voluntarily gives les
tim..ny of th?: wonderful effects of th;
medicine. she has been from early years
a martyr to neadachos, caused by imper?
fect action of the liver, producing intense
headache and pain over tho eyes. Sho has
taken only four bottles, and assures us of
the perfect euro it hus made. She now en?
joys good health.
Still another: "During last spring, I had
been troubled with obstinate chilla and
fever, which, when cured, left my system
in a wretched condition, blood impure, and
I was afflicted with an angry, and, as I at
ono time thought, nu incurable, cutaneous
eruption over my entire body. The most
violent remedies suggested failed to work
a cure, until, at tho iustnnco of a triemi, 1
tried Dr. Heinitsh's Queen's Delight. Less
than two bottles cured me, leaving my skin
in a healthy condition. My general health
is as good as over. For such purooses, I
have, ever eineo my cure, nnhcsitatingly
recommended your Queen's Delight."
Don't buy any bot the right kind. All
gennino Queen's Delight bas tho copy-right
mark on tho outside, and it is tho only
medicine which produces these wonderful
cures. For sale wholesale and retail at
FISHER A HEINITSH'S
April Drug Store.
FISHER & LOWBANCE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
VULCANIZED INDIA RUBBER BELT?
ING, from throe to twelvo inches, for
salo by FISHER & LOWRANCE.
May 31_' -
BEST ANCHOR BRANDS, assorted
May 26 FISHER & LOWRANCE!
AND MUSCOVADO MOLASSES, low by.
tho quantity or retail, by
May 26 FISHER & LOWRANCE.
LOW for CASH by
May 24_FISHER fe LOWE ANCE.
FRESH SODA. BUTTER and MILK
GINGER CAKES, NUTS, 4c. For salo
by FISHER & LOWRANCE.
COUNTRY TANNED BRIDLE, BLACK,
UPPER, KIP and RUSSET LEA?
THER. FISHER & LOWRANCE.
Rice! Rice! !
PRIME CAROLINA RICE for salo by
_May 23 FISHER & LOWRANCE.
500 bushels CORN. For sale LOW
by FISHER A LOWRANCE.
FOUR THOUSAND LBS. GOOD DRY
May 21 FISHER & LOWRANCE.
Phoenix and Gleaner aro tho only
pupers in the State, outside of the
city of Charleston, that receive and
publish the latest telegraphic de?
spatches, market reports, etc.-Ame?
rican and European. Recollect, also,
that the news in those publications is
furnished throughout tho upper Dis?
tricts twenty-four hours ahead of the
Charleston papers. The subscription
to the daily is $8 ? year; tri-weekly
5, and weekly ?3.
HEINITSH S CELEBRATED
GERMAN HORSE POWDER !
For all Diseases to which a Horse is Liable.
THE various diseases to which that no
blo and useful animal, tho horse, is
subject, and the little knowledge that is
known of them by farriers and ignorant
ostlers, have occasioned many remedies to
be offered to the public under different
form-, with high encomiums, and sauc
tioned by dignified names. Some of these
are injurious; others, at best, of little use,
and many entirely worthless, and do net
meet thu want. " A good medicine, freo
from objections of this kind, has long been
d< sired ny many gentlemen who havo va?
luable horses. Wo therefore ofter tho only
good medicine-the true."GERMAN
HORSE POWDER," which has proved so
efficacious in all tho diseases, lt fs pro
pared from tho original recipo of Dr. Hei
tiitsb, of Germany. Its extraordinary vir?
tues aro attested to by thousands, and for
fiftv vears has stood, and still stands, first
in the estimation of all experienced farm?
ers and agriculturists as the best medicine
for the horse. It is recommended for
horses foundered by eating to excess or
drinking cold water when healed, to such
as have symptoms of glandors or aro ex?
posed to the infection hy being with other
horses, for indigestion, distemper, hide?
bound, drowsiness, loss of appetito, inward
sprains, debility, wasting of flesh, SOPO
eves, swelled legs, grease, mange, surfeit,
old coughs, for exhaustion from work. It
carries off all fonl humors, purifies and
cools the blood, and prevents ho. ^es be?
coming stiff and foundered. It is a stimu?
lus for weak stomachs, and renders the
limbs and skin soft and fine, giving a
smooth coat to the bair. Ask for "Hei
niteh's German Horso Powder." For sale
by FISHEB ? HEINIT8U, Druggists.